Long in the tooth - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

long in the tooth Old. Animals' teeth, especially those of horses, are thought to be an indicator of age. As animals age, their gums recede, and their teeth look longer. Our poor cat is so long in the tooth that he struggles just walking around the house these days. She's a little long in the tooth to still be working—do you think she'll ever retire Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box. The Huat Project: 2. Rubber Glove Exports Malaysia Statistics Trying to Make Sense Bursa Investments: 3. Premier: Glove Supply Constraints Persist 1 Year after the Start of the Pandemic Trying to Make Sense Bursa Investments: 4. A NOD FROM DELOITTE – ANOTHER INCOMING HIGH GROWTH COUNTER! Advanced Fundamental Sharings: 5. Most sales happen at launch or closer to TOP. In between, it is a lean period for most developments where you generally can't derive many trends. Launch for NP was pretty good with about 40% sold as of now; the rest depends a lot on the market situation closer to TOP than anything else. If you decide to wait, check this thread about 2 years "Although lean inventories have not had much impact on buyers in the first quarter, that will likely change as we move into Q2. The production disruptions happening now will turn into even lower inventory in the months ahead." AFP

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